Review Mortgage Lenders

All State Realty

All State Real Estate Showcase

All State Real Estate in Eugene, Oregon present some of Our Featured listing , please visit us

Sports Shorts: St. Thomas dominates D-II All-State Golf Team

State champion St. Thomas Aquinas figured prominently in the Division II All-State Golf Team, placing three players on the first team, on on second team and one as honorable mention.

STA's Justin Grondahl, Patrick Vetter and Owen Himmer made the first team along with Portsmouth's Peter Lown and Oyster River's Jack Poitras.

STA's Olivia Kimball was picked to the second team with Portsmouth's Bobby Devito, while OR's Declan Daubney and STA's Jake McGuire were honorable mention.


Locals earn SMAA soccer all-star honors

Marshwood senior midfielder Mike LeSelva highlighted local selections to the Southwestern Maine Activities Association soccer all-conference teams.

LeSelva was an All-SMAA First Team pick.

Teammates Henry Honkonen, Sam Fitzgerald and John McNally were honorable mention, as was Noble's Luke Conroy.

For the girls, Noble's Raegan Kelly and Bella Reil were named the to the All-SMAA Second Team along with Marshwood's Courtney Thim.

Mall Landlords Turn to Pop-Ups to Grow Tenant Rosters

(Bloomberg)—It wasn’t that long ago that retailers looking for space at shopping centers Would get paperwork only for a multiyear lease.

These days mall landlord Macerich Co. is offering 180 days.

Last month, Macerich launched BrandBox, a leasing program that allows online sellers to dip their toes into the bricks-and-mortar universe with a temporary pop-up store. The first one, featuring six retailers, is up and running at northern Virginia’s Tysons Corner Center, with plans to expand to at least five more states. The leases are six to 12 months, and the store walls are flexible, meaning Macerich can switch up the layout to accommodate different numbers of shops.

“Instead of selling real estate, we’re selling a solution,” said Kevin McKenzie, Macerich’s chief digital officer. “That’s an entirely new process, culturally, for our company.”

Macerich, which owns more than 50 shopping centers, is trying to reclaim some of the industry’s mojo. Big-box stores such as Sears and Toys “R” Us, once anchors that drew crowds ready to spend, have filed for bankruptcy. Malls, over the years, have struggled to attract foot traffic. Signing retailers to long leases and hoping none of them takes a trip to bankruptcy court is starting to look like an outdated formula. Kids these days, at least the ones with the money to shop, aren’t into brand loyalty. They’re into Instagram.

Гидравлические масла евро паркинг ROWE